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Saturday, Dec. 15 is the last day most Americans can sign up for an Obamacare health plan if they want coverage at the first of the year.
If you’re on a budget, that doesn’t mean you can’t have an amazing experience, says Lila Battis from Travel & Leisure. “A lot of the times people aren’t really sure: do we want to relax, do we want to explore a city, or do we want a crazy adventure,” Battis says. Battis recommends booking flights two
Last year, Americans donated $300 million to charities globally, and Tuesday starts the “season of giving,” says Michael Thatcher, CEO of Charity Navigator, an organization that verifies and rates charities. “The holiday season is a popular time to give because we’re already giving to our families,
Caleb Wilde considers himself a “thoroughbred” when it comes to the funeral home business. Wilde is a sixth-generation funeral home director on his father’s side, and has four generations of funeral directors on his mother’s side. As a child, “we played hide and go seek in caskets,” Wilde says.
Daniel Geltrude, a CPA and founder at Geltrude and Company, talks taxes and what people can still do in these last few weeks of the year to maximize their 2018 returns.
Nearly 40% of retirees are spending more than they expected in their retirement, according to a new report from Global Atlantic.
In 2017, the Internal Revenue Service audited only 0.60% of all individual tax returns, and the vast majority of these exams were conducted by mail. So the odds are generally pretty low that your return will be picked for review. That said, your chances of being audited or otherwise hearing from the
Banks are raking in billions of dollars by charging customers ridiculous fees, hitting the poorest Americans the hardest. Here's how you can avoid those fees.
Starting in January, you will likely see an increase in your Social Security check. You can find out now exactly how much you will receive.
Roboadvisor Betterment announced a new tool called "Two Way Sweep" that will find the range of acceptable checking account balances and put extra money in a higher-earning product.
The problem with health care involves the lack of women-focused care, according to Maven Founder Katherine Ryder. Maven has an app that provides just that.
Sara Bliss, author of "Take The Leap: Change your life, Change your career," gives advice on how to turn your dream into your career by giving real life examples and stories of people who changed their day jobs and reinvented themselves to achieve their ideal lifestyle.
Duane Morris named partners James J. Holman and Meagen E. Leary as co-chairs of the business reorganization and financial restructuring practice group.
It’s entirely possible to retire early with kids, a point proven by the many stories of those who became financially independent or retired early in their 30s or 40s, with kids, like Carl and Mindy Jensen and their two daughters, Leif Dahleen and his wife and two sons, Elizabeth and Nate Thames and their
If you're hoping to rake in the biggest bucks, be ready to invest in yourself first. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, higher levels of educational attainment typically lead to higher levels of pay. For example, while workers with a high school diploma earn a median $712 a week,
“I’m not the Dalai Lama, but I’ll try to offer up a few words of advice,” Dolly Parton chirped in her 2008 single “Better Get to Livin’,” before doling out exactly the brand of wholesome, no-nonsense wisdom you’d expect from the indefatigable country queen: If you keep your head up, keep moving forward